Eastern Ukraine conflict: 379 attacks took place over the week
The vicinities of Sloviansk and Donetsk remain the hottest spots, military intelligence says
“Over the past week, pro-Russia militants continue to breach Minsk agreements. In particular, 379 attacks on Ukrainian positions took place – almost a hundred times more than the previous week. The largest number of attacks was observed in Zaitseve, Mayorsk, Avdiivka, Opytne, Pisky and Maryinka (all in Donetsk region)”, said Vadym Skibitsky, the spokesman for Chief Intelligence Department of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry.
According to him, the intelligence reported presence of heavy weapons near the division line in Donbas.
As 112 International reported, militants of the so-called DPR attack both military and civilian objects in Zaitseve, which results in casualties.
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